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Sailing Fitness Newsletter October Vol. 2
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May 31, 2006, 9:42 AM

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Hello Scuttlebutters ~

If any of you are interested in receiving my monthly SailTrim newsletter, shoot me a note at: info@sailtrim.org I send it out on or around the first of each month. If there are any topics of interest to anyone, include that in your note and I will be sure to incorporate into the mix. Finally, I am thinking about doing a logo contest for my practice, being a small practice the "prize" would likely entail some free services, SailTrim swag . . . bragging rights . . . regardless, I would rather the creative idea come from my sailing community. Thank you for your time!

Fair Winds ~

SailTrim
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June Newsletter:
http://www.sailtrim.org/images/June2006.pdf





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Jun 8, 2006, 6:32 AM

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Looks good! 2 questions:

What are the best strenghtening/preventative exercises for the shoulder?
Isn't tuna bad to eat, since it has a mercury content. Everything I have read is that it is really bad to eat much of it, but the industry lobbied so hard to prevent the warnings from being published. I used to love tuna, but now won't eat it more than a couple times a month.


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Jun 15, 2006, 3:12 PM

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Sorry for the delay, off sailing and playing with summer campers.

Tuna is a fish that should be eaten in moderation, especially if you are female of reproductive age. However, tuna is a great source of protien that does not require eating the whole can as some do (that is why people are concerned, many folks eat way more than the recommended serving). In one serving of tuna (2oz) you get about 13g of protien, mix that into a salad and you have a very healthy, balanced meal safe for the whole family. There is no reason to eat more than the recommended serving, meals to high in protien are very taxing on the kidneys. I hope that helps and you feel a little bit better about having tuna in your diet.

As for the shoulder, keep these things in mind to keep your shoulders happy:

Strong upper back (traps), chest (pecs) and deltoids will help keep the shoulder stable within it's socket and allow for good "big movement"
Adding in stretching, range of motion type exercises will keep the socket flexible and fluid when the big movements become challenged (ex. grinding in heavy seas . . ) by additional factors.

The take home for injury prevention of the shoulder and sailing: a balance of both strength and flexibility of the shoulder. Too strong . . .or too flexible can both lead to injury for some.

Send me a note if you have more questions:
info@sailtrim.org

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Jul 4, 2006, 11:54 AM

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July Newsletter will be posted by end of week:

I'll be covering additional info on injury prevention and weight managment for one designers, hydration concerns and lower back care and fitness. If anyone has a topic that you would love to learn more about in one of my newsletters send me a note : info@sailtrim.org

Another thought for the Scuttlebutt'rs: I am planning a trip West this fall to the San Francisco area and if you, your club, team, etc are interested in having me swing through to do seminars or lectures please send me a note. I will have more information on whats available in my next newsletter.

I will be proudly fly my Scuttlebutt burgee as I drive cross country!! Hmmm . . . I have an idea ~ stay tuned!

Fair Winds ~

www.sailtrim.org


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Jul 11, 2006, 7:26 PM

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July Newsletter : http://www.sailtrim.org/images/July2006.pdf ~ Enjoy

Fair Winds
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Aug 6, 2006, 5:10 PM

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August Newsletter: http://www.sailtrim.org/images/August2006.pdf ~ Enjoy!

My september issue will be covering College and HS sailing; if you have a burning topic you would like covered, shoot me a note by 15th:
info@sailtrim.org

Thank you scuttlebutter's for all your support and feedback!!

Fair Winds~
SailTrim

www.sailtrim.org


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Aug 24, 2006, 7:20 PM

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September issue is due out the 31st ~ any additional topic request from this point out will go towards October's issue.

Thank you again for tall the support and great ideas!!

FairWinds~

SailTrim


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Sep 12, 2006, 12:15 PM

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Good thing I am not the editor of anything longer than 2 pages, but here she is:

http://www.sailtrim.org/...es/September2006.pdf

Craig you rock . . . how on earth do you provide us with the coolest DAILY sailing newsletter . . everyday of the week . . . .

Enjoy~

SailTrim

www.sailtrim.org


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Oct 3, 2006, 7:12 PM

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I am becoming more efficient: http://www.sailtrim.org/...es/October2006V1.pdf and posted at the "Beginning" of the month!! To think I also have a volume 2 ready to go for later this month!! (the 15th) Since I am a force of one on this; once/twice a month is likely how it will remain. I would love some feedback on that from the community.

I am working on getting away from a PDF and making it interface with my website so it will load quicker ~ getting some much needed guidance from some cool guys from www.carrotwebdesign.com. I'm a scientist, not an IT specialist . . .

If there are topics from the newsletters (past and present) that you want to discuss; I'd prefere to do so here at the 'butt so everyone can benefit from it. New topics, etc as noted on the newsletter and my blog, will take priority in determining each month's editorial content.

Thank you for reading! Fair Winds ~

SailTrim
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http://sailtrim.blogspot.com/


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Oct 18, 2006, 8:00 PM

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Fair Winds ~ Here is vol. 2: http://www.sailtrim.org/...es/October2006V2.pdf

Enjoy and thank you,

~ Jenn
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